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Child custody disputes is where a majority of family law battles are fought and it is critical that you are fully prepared for that battle.  In California, you must attend  mediation prior to your custody matter being heard in Family Court.  In San Diego, if you do not reach an agreement at mediation, the mediator will issue recommendations to the judge regarding what parenting arrangements the mediator thinks is in the best interest of your children so it is critical that you are well prepared for mediation in the event you cannot reach an agreement.  

Why do San Diegan's trust Fair Cadora with their custody cases?

  • We have mediation coaches to prepare you for mediation.  

  • We aggressively litigate your case if the other side is being unreasonable.

  • Attorney Cadora has litigated hundreds of high conflict custody disputes and move away trials.

  • Attorney Fair is a Bar Certified Family Law Specialist - which means she is a recognized legal expert in the area of family law.

  • We have 25 years of combined family law experience in high conflict custody disputes, child abuse, move away trials, parental alienation and custody evaluations,

Don't wait until it's too late and you lose your children. Call now to protect you and your children.  

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